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Discussion in 'Commercial & Civilian Vehicles' started by PaperAir, Jan 24, 2014.
one more to go then to the body
4 wheels now on to the body
page one done
i think i will have to paper mache the inside to make it stiff and not floppy.
it is going together ok and eating up a lot of ink
Looking good. Are you gonna have to get a second job just to be able to afford all that ink?
Touch up some of those edges with a sharpie. Makes a huge different. Looks great!
thanks my new printer is cheap on ink.so it won,t be to bad on the wallet.
I know but the hand is still not steady to draw lines yet.thanks for your input.sugestions are all ways welcome
the instructions say to do this part at the end .But I feel it would be easier to do now with the front open.
Did adding that part early work out okay?? If so I will have to remember that tip when I build mine.
yes you have the room now to move it around and press it in to place.
now on to the fenders
i will have to do a lot of touchup when i,m done but it went together ok
Coming together nicely.
thank you i glued the fender outer skin to the hood then the wheel well on .the other way would be harder to get at the tabs.
This car is being built to about 1/3rd scale, isn't it? At a length of five feet , it should have it's own display room. This model will be magnificent when it's finished.
I have some large walls to fill in the hobby room.
other fender is done need to think of suporting the inside about now.
i used some sheet foam on the inside.